Done Deals

OSIsoft, ABB, Altair, Black Pearl, Bolt, Dover, FleetCor, GlobaLogix, GSE, Kayne Anderson, NEOS.

OSIsoft has announced that Technology Crossover Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers have made a ‘significant’ minority investment in OSIsoft totaling $135 million.

ABB is to acquire software provider Obvient Strategies, adding Obvient’s solutions to its recently acquired Ventyx software portfolio. ABB is to retain the Obvient team and place its executives in key roles within the Ventyx product management organization.

Altair Engineering has acquired computational fluid dynamics specialist Acusim Software.

Black Pearl Capital Partners has acquired oilfield industry equipment specialist Canadian Energy Equipment Manufacturing. CEEM founder Tyler Hague continues as CEO.

Bolt Technology Corp has acquired of all of the outstanding stock of SeaBotix, designer and manufacturer the ‘Little Benthic Vehicles’ ROV systems.

Dover has acquired manufacturer of down-hole rod pumps Harbison-Fischer for $402.5 million. Harbison-Fischer will become part of Norris Production Solutions, an operating unit within Dover’s Fluid Management segment.

Global provider of specialized payment systems to fleets, major oil companies and petroleum marketers FleetCor Technologies has completed its IPO of 14,576,250 shares at $23 a pop.

GE Intelligent Platforms has completed the acquisition of SmartSignal, a software company specializing in remote monitoring and diagnostics solutions for oil and gas and other verticals. SmartSignal’s solution are to be aligned with GE’s ‘Proficy’ architecture.

GlobaLogix has acquired Blast Energy Services Satellite Division, allowing it to integrate satellite communications into the design and installation of its offering of data gathering and reporting systems.

GSE Systems has bought EnVision Systems for $1.2 million cash plus an extra $3 million contingent amount.

Kayne Anderson Energy Funds has sold Energy Contractors to Nabors Well Services.

LianDi Clean Technology has established a new subsidiary, HongTeng WeiTong Technology, headed by Jian Feng Yang, to develop software for petrochemical companies.

Neos GeoSolutions has closed its $60 million financing round. New investors include Energy Capital Group and Bill Gates.

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